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Kendrick Meek's first TV spot is attack ad

Six million dollars in advertising behind Democratic Senate rival Jeff Greene, Kendrick Meek is airing his first television spot. And while candidates typically start out with a soft debut to introduce themselves to voters, Meek is going after Greene right from the start.

The accusations are familiar -- Greene is a carpetbagger who profited from the real estate meltdown while homeowners suffered. One questionable claim: that Greene "helped fuel the economic meltdown." Politifact on that issue is here and the ad is below.


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Unusual first ad in that instead of a positive introduction Meek goes totally negative. Perhaps his internel polling is weak.


"He's the Man" - on his way to a lobbying job like his mama.

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